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Episode #722

Vaults: EAR Magazine Benefit

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Friday, August 11, 2006

It’s the last in the week of highlights from the New Sounds Live concert series from the vaults. For this program, we’ll listen to part of a concert recorded live from Town Hall back in 1990, as a benefit for Ear Magazine, featuring a solo percussion-theater performance by drummer David Van Tiegham, who turns nearly anything into an instrument when he strikes it. Also on the bill, the Kazue Sawai Koto Ensemble and a new work for several kotos. Rounding out the show is short tasty hocket for horns by Les Miserables Brass Band.

PROGRAM #722: From the 'Live Benefit for EAR Magazine' at Town Hall
(Original airdate: September 26, 1991.)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

David Van Tieghem

live

untitled works {25:00}

Van Tieghem's CDs were released on the Private Music. Most seem to be hard to find. Try through www.allmusic.com, auction sites or gemm.com

Kazue Sawai Koto Ensemble

live

Homura {15:00}

Not recorded commercially. Other Kazue Sawai recordings have been released only in Japan.

Les Miserables Brass Band

live

"Nyoro" {2:00}

Northeastern Records. Try Amazon.com *

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page
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